Hi everyone.

I'm happy to announce that today we shipped major new "Stable" channel builds for Remoting SDK and Data Abstract ( and Hydra (6.4).

These new builds are the culmination of almost a year of hard work from the team and bring a whole bunch of new features, enhancements, and bug fixes (many of which have been available on the Preview channel already) to all platforms. As always, you can find an overview of new features and significant changes on our What's New page.

RO/DA build .1515 brings compatibility with .NET Core 5 (and later), better integration with the new .NET platform features, availability as NuGet packages, support for TLS 1.3, and significant improvements to DA LINQ for the .NET platform. Enhancements to DA SQL, Dynamic Where, and Business Rules Scripting have also been made and are available to all platforms.

The new build also simplifies license handling on the .NET platform (alleviating the need for .licx files) and enhances Oracle and PostgreSQL back-end database access.

Hydra 6.4 collects a range of minor fixes and improvements across the board of all four Hydra tool platforms – Delphi, .NET, Java, and Island, as well a thorough under-the-hood refactoring and cleanup, in preparation for a major new update to the library later in the year.

It also brings support for using (non-visual) plugins in Delphi applications for non-Windows platforms, including Linux and macOS.

As always, these new builds are a free update to all users with an active subscription, and they are also available as a free 30-day trial version for prospective users.

Not a user yet? Get your copy of Data Abstract, Remoting SDK, Hydra, or the Suite containing all our products, now, in our secure online shop. In addition to our regular, yearly licenses, a new monthly subscription model is available now as well, starting as low as $29/month for Hydra or $149/month for the full Suite (with Data Abstract, Remoting SDK, Hydra, and Elements).